The RZR Pro XP Rockford Fosgate Edition will hit powersports dealers next month.
These days, you can drop a serious wedge of cash into a side-by-side, especially if performance is your goal. But what if out-and-out off-road capability isn’t enough for your liking? If you want a machine in which you can rock out while you’re blasting through the desert or tackling the trails, Polaris believes it has a solution. The result — two Polaris RZR Pro XP Rockford Fosgate Limited Edition models.
Available in either “Sport” or “Ultimate” trims, the Rockford Fosgate Limited Edition does exactly what the name suggests, building on their standard namesakes with a high-output stereo system. The Sport model gets a more modest “Stage 1” audio system, with up to 200 watts of power by way of four 50-watt component speakers (two front, two rear), two 1-inch tweeters and a 200-watt RMS amplifier, linked to Rockford Fosgate’s PMX-P2 head unit. As with the standard RZR Pro XP Sport, you still get a 64-inch stance and a 181 horsepower engine.
The Polaris RZR Pro XP Ultimate Rockford Fosgate Limited Edition — try saying that three times — ups the audio power on tap. Both two and four-seat models pack the “Stage 4” system, with 800 watts of power. Per Polaris, that’s double the wattage you get from the current two-seat Ultimate, and four times what you get in the four-seat model. As part of the system, you get four 100-watt speaers, as well as a 400-watt 10-inch factory-installed subwoofer. The Ultimate also brings in speed-based automatic volume adjustment, as well as the color-matched roll cage, six-point retractable harness, Dynamix 2.0 active suspension and Polaris’ latest Ride Command infotainment system that you get in the RZR Pro XP Ultimate.
If you’re looking to get the most banging audio system you can in a RZR XP Pro, it’s going to cost you a bit more over the standard Sport or Ultimate models. The RZR Pro XP Sport Rockford Fosgate Limited Edition is a $1,000 premium, starting off at $23,999 for the two-seat model. The four-seat version costs $2,900 more still, with its starting MSRP at $26,899. Sport versions of the limited edition model come in Vogue Silver.
Getting into the Ultimate, on the other hand, is a $1,500 upcharge over the standard model. Pricing for the two-seat model starts at $29,999, while the four-seat RZR Pro XP 4 Ultimate Rockford Fosgate Limited Edition costs $33,999. Ultimate models come in Radar Blue as their special color.